HydroStop™ provides fully reinforced membrane system designed to protect as a primary waterproofing membrane for a variety of substrates. ENERGY STAR® rated systems are available with system warranties up to 25 years.
HydroStop® PremiumCoat® Butter Grade Flashing is manufactured from an acrylic resin specifically designed to provide increased tensile strength and elongation in “level out" low-lying roof areas. Its lightweight, spreadable consistency is permanently flexible and contains no plasticizers.
A sprayable acrylic flashing-grade material that provides a seal along seams and around fasteners on metal roofs and counter-flashing.
An acrylic polymer dispersion system that is designed to achieve high film thickness in just one coat.
A low-VOC, water-based coating system that provides outstanding flame spread and penetration protection to combustible roof decks in the event of fire.
Insulation - EnergyGuard™
Eliminate the need to start with a brown roof and farm it for years, hoping and waiting for it to become a green roof. GAF is partnering with LiveRoof® to combine the proven performance of EverGuard® TPO and PVC membranes with the LiveRoof® patented, proven hybrid green roof system.
Each module arrives to the jobsite fully grown and is simply set in place on the rooftop.
During installation, the unique, patent-pending Soil Elevator™ is easily removed to allow for a seamless fit, which provides the look of a "built-in" system without the extensive, ongoing costs of maturation.
Systems offer a variety of plant options, with four system depths:
LiveRoof® Lite: For retrofit projects where load limitations exist
LiveRoof® Standard: Maximizes storm water management and integrates perfectly with both new construction and existing buildings
LiveRoof® Deep: Irrigated to expand plant biodiversity to an array of drought-resistant, conventional, and native perennials, grasses, and vegetables
LiveRoof® MAXX: Meets municipal codes in locales with 8-inch soil depth requirement; perimeter ballast supports drought-resistant perennials, grasses, and vegetables and can be used to optimize biodiversity